Welcome to our new website! We’ve been busy working on it over the past couple of months, and we’re excited to share it with you. To help you find your way around, here’s a quick guide:
Data processing is ubiquitous (this should be a surprise to exactly no one). From money transfers to your phone contacts being stored in the cloud, the average consumer unknowingly benefits from data processing daily. […]
Our team has been busy preparing for the NoSQL Now! show, and we’re so excited about it that we decided to give you a sneak preview of what we have planned for our speaking session.
Our founder, Joachim Wester, has a strong background in building data management solutions for the largest Scandinavian enterprises. He was doing eventual consistency long before it ever became mainstream, and he knows what’s wrong with it.
Recently, I’ve noticed that Web Components has become the subject of many speaking sessions at IT and developer events – most notably InfoShare 2014 and Front Trends 2014. What was once a trend discussed in just a few online forums is now becoming part of every technology event!
In April, Jeff Cotrupe of Frost & Sullivan’s Stratecast practice featured Starcounter and its patented VMDBMS technology in his report, “The Real-time is Now for Big Data to Pass the ACID Test- Could this be a Turning Point.” The report looks at three main challenges that organizations are facing as they move to a Big Data-driven future, and discusses the viability of Starcounter as a solution to overcome these challenges. It also includes a case study about how Gekås Ullared, a mega retail store, successfully used Starcounter to reduce hardware costs and realize “breathtaking levels of data transaction processing performance.”
Stratecast is a research, analysis and consulting practice of Frost & Sullivan specializing in information and communications technology.
IDC, a market research, analysis and advisory firm, also recently highlighted Gekås Ullared’s use of Starcounter in a case study.